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New Podcast! The Time is Now – Season 2, Episode 21 (“Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me…”)

I’m thrilled to appear on another episode of The Time is Now, discussing the second season of Millennium, which remains one of my favourite seasons of television ever. It’s a huge pleasure to have been asked back to discuss the last standalone episode of the season, Darin Morgan’s superb Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me, with the wonderful duo of Kurt North and Michael John Petty.

Somehow, Satan Got Behind me is a fascinating piece of television. It is effectively a miniature anthology episode, a collection of short stories, in which Frank Black doesn’t play a major role. Instead, Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me offers a decidedly off-kilter meditation on some of the core themes of Millennium in general and the second season in particular. These are stories about evil, but in its most petty and mundane forms. Four demons trade stories over coffee and pastry, reflecting on what mankind has made of the world that they were given.

As ever, you can listen directly to the episode here, subscribe to the podcast here, or click the link below.

You might be interested in our other reviews of the second season of Millennium:

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